We are pleased to announce the new monthly release of Aspose.Words for Android via Java 18.5. Aspose.Words for Android via Java has full functionality of Aspose.Words for Java with few limitations, minor API changes and additional requirements. This version also includes all bug fixes and public API changes made in Aspose.Words for Java 18.5, see following release notes for more information.
Aspose.Words for Java 18.5 release notes
Aspose.Words for Android via Java 18.5 release notes
Aspose.Words for Android via Java 18.5 now allows you to perform following tasks:
- Supported Null-Conditional Operators in Template Expressions for LINQ Reporting Engine
- Change Content Control Background and Border Colors
Here is a look at just a few of the biggest features and API changes in this month’s release.
- API’s codebase is upgraded to the latest version of Aspose.Words for Java.
- Added public property StructuredDocumentTag.Color
- Improved logic to detect the encoding of a short TXT file.
- Fixed line wrapping with trailing spaces at the end
- Fixed issue with paragraph after spacing in headers/footers
- Fixed issue with table width when widthAfter is specified for a jagged table
- Fixed issue with table width with complex column layout and default widths
- Fixed breaking of floating table row in compatibility mode
- Fixed issue with floating frame pushed from the page because of invalid wrap point
- Implemented support for “distribute space” and “distribute letter” types of alignment when rendering Ruby objects
- Improved rendering of a Doughnut DrawingML Chart with multiple series
- Improved rendering of DrawingML Charts data labels with the direct layout and a layout specified in the extension properties
- Fixed a problem with metafile rendering when glyph offsets were wrongly read for EMF_EXTTEXTOUT record with glyph indices
- Fixed a problem with processing of control character (U+0019) in the text when rendering
- Fixed a problem with Adobe “Fast Find” function (words searching) in rendered PDF documents
- Fixed a bug with inaccurate processing of EMR_ALPHABLEND record while rendering metafiles. This bug caused a loss of fill in some figures
- Fixed a bug with rendering of PieChart data label separator when it is set directly
- Fixed rendering of a dashed line shapes with a shadow
- LINQ Reporting Engine supports ?. and ? null-conditional operators in template expressions
‘Aspose.Words for Android via Java’ is an advanced Word document processing API to perform a wide range of document processing tasks directly within your native Android applications. Aspose.Words for Android via Java API supports DOC, OOXML, RTF, HTML, OpenDocument, PDF, XPS, EPUB and other formats. You can generate, modify, convert and render documents.
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Aspose.Words for Android via Java API Resources
Following are the links to some useful resources you may need to accomplish your tasks.
- Aspose.Words for Android via Java Online Documentation (‘Aspose.Words for Android via Java’ is very similar to ‘Aspose.Words for Java’. So, you can use the same documentation)
- Limitations and API Differences
- Product Page
- Install Aspose.Words for Android via Java from Maven
- API Reference Guide (Aspose.Words for Android via Java is very similar to Aspose.Words for Java. So, you can use the same API Reference Guide)
- Free Support Forum
- Paid Support Helpdesk
- GitHub Examples
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You can easily download ‘Aspose.Words for Android via Java’ API for evaluation. The evaluation download is the same as the purchased download. The evaluation version simply becomes licensed when you add a few lines of code to apply the license.
The evaluation version of Aspose.Words for Android via Java (without a license specified) provides full product functionality, but it inserts an evaluation watermark at the top of the document on open and save, and limits the maximum document size to several hundred paragraphs.
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